26 July 2010 - More than 20,000 volunteers and health workers are going house-to-house to administer two drops of the oral polio vaccine to children under the age of five in 14 provinces of Afghanistan.
26 July 2010 - Alain Le Roy, Under-Secretary-General for the Department of Peacekeeping (DPKO), accompanied by Martin Kobler, Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General (Political) for Afghanistan, met on Thursday with traditional leaders in eastern Afghanistan.
New York, 22 July 2010 - “The inauguration this week of a steering committee established to address and respond to grave violations against children in armed conflict affirms the Afghan Government’s commitment to protect Afghan boys and girls from the on-going conflict.
22 July 2010 - Ten fresh contemporary Afghan artists, including a photographer who trained at the United Nations mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), are displaying their works in Kabul this month as part of an annual programme created through a brainchild of President Hamid Karzai and Britain’s Princ
21 July 2010 - Afghan authorities, United Nations agencies and partners in the eastern Nangarhar Province are coordinating assistance for more than 100 people affected this morning by flash flooding caused by heavy rains.
21 July 2010 - Officials in southeastern Afghanistan, “shuras” or tribal elders, nomads known as Kuchis and civil society representatives have met to learn about strategic planning and budgeting with the aim of preparing a comprehensive plan for socio-economic development in the area.
21 July 2010 - Afghan youth peace volunteer groups illuminated the site of the renowned Bamyan Buddhas with the word “Sulh,” which means peace in Dari, to send a message of peace to the world on the occasion of Kabul Conference.